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The Six Stages of the Leader's Journey (Series Ep. 2)

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Host Dale Dixon and Executive Advisor Ron Price continue their discussion of the Leader's Journey, discussing Stages 3 and 4. Ron explains why the stages are not always linear and how multiple invitations each begin a new chapter of the leadership journey. He also talks about the variety of ways that leaders can develop themselves, what research shows about how people learn after they are in the workforce, and how validation amplifies your opportunities as a leader.

When It Comes to Organizational Success, Your People Are Not Your Problem

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By Ron Price

Leaders of organizations are constantly challenged to find ways to be more productive, more efficient and to increase the bottom line. Leaders expect a lot from their employees, and often push them hard to achieve the desired results. For some, when the results don’t match the goals, they fail to look in the mirror; instead blaming their failures and shortcomings on their people.

The Dip: A Surprisingly Common Scenario for New Leaders

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By Dr. Francis Eberle

I was recently asked how I would coach a highly successful employee who had been promoted to supervise a team. After the promotion, this individual’s performance, and subsequently that of the team, dropped dramatically. He experienced what might be called “The Dip.” 

I wish this was an uncommon scenario. 

The 6 Stages of a Leader's Journey (Series Ep. 1)

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Host Dale Dixon and Executive Advisor Ron Price talk about the Leader’s Journey, starting with the first two stages. Ron explains how he discovered the stages, the role initiative plays in leadership, and the three functions of a leader. He also shares the three primary ways to develop self awareness and tools to evaluate whether a leadership opportunity is a good fit.

The 6 Stages of a Leader’s Journey

What Not to Do in 2019

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By Whit Mitchell

At this time of year, there is no shortage of people telling us what to do to make the next year a success. I’m going to take a slightly different approach and tell you what not to do.

4 Ways to Deepen Goal Setting

By Sunnie Stobbe

At the beginning of every year, most people make New Year’s Resolutions. Many of us set grandiose and often unattainable goals that are difficult to achieve. Here are some strategies to deepen your goal setting for 2019.

Integrity in Your Position as a Leader (Series Ep. 3)

Host Dale Dixon and Executive Advisor Ron Price finish their conversation about leadership influence this week, as they dive into what it means to have integrity as a leader. Ron discusses how positional leadership impacts your followers, and how to develop integrity as a leader--both expert and character integrity--as well as three questions to ask yourself.

Unconscious Bias: How to be Part of the Solution

Guest Post By Stacy Ennis And Ron Price

The Direct Pathway to Your Future

In this video, president and founder of Communication Works, Inc., and The Complete Leader faculty member Mindy Bortness shares her thoughts on the importance of tomorrow’s leaders embracing continuous learning as both a personal and an organizational value in order to create a culture of growth and competitiveness.

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